Jaguar driver charged in fatal crash that killed three people

JAGUAR TOWNSHIP, Mich.

— A man who drove his Jeep Wrangler off a Michigan highway, killing three people and injuring at least five others before crashing into a utility pole has been charged with vehicular homicide.

Amber Lee Gardner, 27, of Dearborn was arrested on Wednesday.

Authorities said they believe Gardner hit the utility pole in the area of South Main Street and Highway 30 just before 4 p.m.

ET Wednesday.

Gardner then drove southbound on Interstate 94, according to a statement from the Michigan State Police.

Gardner had been on a probationary license for a 2012 felony conviction.

He was sentenced to five years in prison in 2015, according a Michigan Department of Corrections website.